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oxygen65 
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Posted: November 02, 2006 at 9:49 PM / IP Logged  
im looking at going with 6 w1v2's or 2 13w6v2's and im wondering what is going to louder?
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Still depends on enclosure man...
Um dunno which size w1v2's your talking about but if they are 12's I'd say those....more cone surface area and higher power handling and better efficiency.
oxygen65 
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Posted: November 02, 2006 at 10:28 PM / IP Logged  

the 13 inch 8 ohm version

advanced_audio 
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Posted: November 03, 2006 at 1:34 AM / IP Logged  
hell if u got the space id say the six w1s good luck post some pics any way u go
stick42 
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aznboi3644 wrote:
Still depends on enclosure man...
Um dunno which size w1v2's your talking about but if they are 12's I'd say those....more cone surface area and higher power handling and better efficiency.
Agreed, if you are looking for loud there is no substitute for surface area.
oxygen65 
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well i will make the room becuse 6 of 13's in the back of a blazer will not be that hard to do in a fiberglass box, and not to mention that 6 13's just looks a hell of a lot cooler than just 2 subs. the only thing im worried about is buying a amp to power them, i need a 1 ohm stable amp. i want to put around 350 rms into each sub so thats 2100 rms, the problem is i dont want to spend to much money on a amp. i was looking at a earthquake phd5000 but im not sure if that is 1 ohm stable or 2 ohm. i think its 2 ohm. any help?
killer sonata 
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Posted: November 05, 2006 at 8:48 AM / IP Logged  
for 6 subs you are probably looking at atleast 2 maybe 3 amps.
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Posted: November 05, 2006 at 9:38 AM / IP Logged  
Dude if you want to run that much power and not spend much money....your gonna have to look for a new alternator bud
oxygen65 
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ok well im way ahead on this whole thing, i ddint need people to tell me what ti need to do to my car or how to power them becuse i have preaty much figured it out except for what amp to acutally get. anyways  with the 6 subs i would only need one amp that is 1 ohm stable becuse the subs are single 8 ohm voice coils witch gives a ohm load a little over 1 ohm, and i also already have a ho alternator and 0 gauge run throught my car along with a capacitor.  so as the original post stated with setup do you thing you would be louder
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Posted: November 06, 2006 at 12:33 AM / IP Logged  
The 6 subs would be a lot easier to get louder...more efficiency and cone surface
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